Research

A sound treatment

Biomedical engineer Jan Kubanek has discovered that treatments of brain disorders may not have to require drugs or invasive surgery at all—just sound waves.


Research across borders

A global exchange program between U of U Health and University Yaounde I in Cameroon benefits science and scientists on both sides of the world.


A new life in orange

Researchers across U of U Health describe how they are adapting to research in the age of COVID-19, under the restricted level orange.


Ribs evolved for movement first, then co-opted for breathing

A major transformation in vertebrate evolution was when breathing shifted from the head to the torso in reptiles. But what caused the shift? A study hypothesizes it was driven by locomotion.


Leading in the field of aging

U associate professor recognized for her outstanding and continuing work in the field of gerontology.


PSA Health and Safety Considerations for Research Laboratories

Office of Environmental Health and Safety created a laboratory safety video to help minimize risk of exposure to the COVID-19 virus as research operations moved to the orange alert level.


Persistent inequitable exposure to air pollution in Salt Lake County schools

A new study utilized a community-university partnership of nearly 200 PM 2.5 sensors through the Air Quality and U network. U researchers revealed persistent social inequalities in Salt Lake County schools.


Predicting a patient’s life expectancy

Genome-wide pattern found in tumors from brain cancer patients predicts how long they could live.


The U effect: Economic and societal impacts on the state of Utah

The U’s direct employment of 39,300 jobs make it the largest employer in the state.


How COVID-19 impacts graduate students

The Graduate School answered questions about how COVID-19 and campus closures are impacting graduate students, from their medical coverage to tuition benefits.